AGORA III is a 43m (141.1ft) motor yacht constructed entirely in aluminium to ABS classification and delivered by Italian shipyard ISA Yachts in 2019. Her powerful streamlined exteriors and earth toned contemporary interiors are both by Luca Dini Design and with engineering by Francesco Rogantin, she oozes Italian sophistication. A beam of 8.1m (26.6ft) give her an internal volume of 330GT and a shallow draft of just 2.3m (7.5ft) enable her to reach secluded anchorages out of bounds to other yachts.
The bridge deck aft is a large teak decked space with a dining table beneath the hardtop and buffet bars either side, a lounge area with optional awnings for shade and a versatile space aft for sun loungers, exercise equipment or entertainment.
Through full height sliding glass doors is the sky lounge with sofas either side and armchairs. There is a pop-up TV to starboard and forward is a dayhead and architectural steel stairs lead to the main deck lobby. Forward is the bridge with gullwing doors and fold-out wing stations.
There is another dayhead off the lobby and moving aft is a large white marble dining table separated from the lounge by five column cupboards.
Full height windows provide an abundance of natural light and sliding doors either side of the lounge open onto folding balconies, creating dramatic views and that all-important connection with nature, an effect increased with the sliding glass doors aft also open.
The main deck aft has banquette seating aft and armchairs, making it an adaptable space, and side decks lead forward to steps up to the bridge deck and onto the foredeck, giving her walkaround decks.
From the main deck aft steps to starboard lead down to the beach club with lounge seating, bar and BBQ, dayhead and changing room. With the transom folded down steps aft lead up to the large swim platform.
She welcomes up to 12 guests in five cabins. The full beam owner's suite with sofa seating and a vanity table to port, seating to starboard and a his and hers bathroom forward and walk in wardrobe aft. On the lower deck are two VIP suites aft of the lobby and two twin suites forward, each with a pullman berth.
Twin 1,920hp MTU diesel engines give her a top speed of 19 knots, a cruising speed of 18 knots and she has a range of 3,800nm at her passage speed of 12 knots.
We are very pleased to offer her for sale, with an asking price of EUR 15,950,000, as an excellent example of a very stylish, nearly-new yacht in a popular size range. Viewing, virtually or in person, is highly recommended and the yacht is available for inspection in Japan. Please contact your Burgess broker to find out more and arrange your inspection.
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